What amount of revenue must be generated in order to register for GST?
A business must register for GST if its yearly revenue in India reaches Rs. 40 lakh (Rs. 20 lakhs for firms in some special category states). In response to the concerns of MSMEs, the GST Council increased the minimum threshold for GST registration from Rs. 20 lakhs to Rs. 40 lakhs (from Rs. 10 lakhs to Rs. 20 lakhs for states under special category). This exempted many small enterprises from paying GST.
Nonetheless, some companies must register for GST regardless of their yearly revenue, such as those involved in e-commerce or interstate transactions. The least level of registration must be determined after carefully reviewing the applicable GST legislation and regulations.
What kind of activity are subject to the GST tax?
The GST is applicable to
Providing and selling goods and services with the goal of promoting business Imports of commodities into India
What kind of activities are not required to register for GST?
According to the most recent laws regulating GST registration, the following commodities are exempt from tax:
* Provision of products or services exempt from taxes.
* Offering non-registered products or services to a registered person.
* Promoting products or services via an unregistered internet merchant.
What volume of business does not exceed the Tax threshold?
The entire revenue made by all businesses registered under the same PAN is the aggregate turnover.
The profits' overall sum is as follows:
Exchange of exemptions
The following items are excluded from the total export turnover:
Total exports turnover does not include
* Value of sales tax
* The price of purchases subject to RCM tax (reverse charge mechanism).
* The minimum amount needed to register for GST
The type of business and the region decide the GST (Goods and Services Tax) registration minimum threshold limit in India.
For enterprises operating in most states, the annual revenue threshold for GST registration is Rs. 40 lakhs (for the supply of commodities) and Rs. 20 lakhs (for the supply of services).
However, the threshold limit for GST registration is a yearly turnover of Rs. 20 lakhs (for the supply of products) and Rs. 10 lakhs for firms operating in special category states like Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Sikkim (for the supply of services).
As the annual turnover barrier for Tax Exemption in Cases of Providers of Commodities, only the northeastern and hilly states had the choice of a GST limit of Rs. 20 lakhs or Rs. 40 lakhs.
Reminder: Companies can voluntarily register for GST even if their annual turnover is below the threshold. They may find it easier to follow tax laws and take advantage of certain benefits as a result.